Each night as the sun sets, countless deep-water planktonic organisms, mostly smaller than your fingernail, migrate vertically towards the surface. Under the cover of darkness, they feed, communicate, mate, grow, and otherwise do whatever it is that these creatures do. And once they’ve swam up from the depths into water shallow enough to be seen by a bald cameraman, they are transformed from stinging gelatinous balls of goo, into art.
Jumping off a boat in the middle of the night over the deep abyss (typically between 600 – 6000′ deep) and drifting with the current isn’t for the faint of heart. There’s no reference; it’s just blackness in every direction, and your mind wants to play tricks on you (was that a tiger shark???), but with a little “mind-over-matter”, the spooky part gets put out of your mind, and the hunt for new creatures begins. It hardly makes any sense to most people, but Earth is full of weird, wacky, wonderful organisms, and this is truly one of the final frontiers, where many of these things have yet to be scientifically classified or even seen alive in the wild. For custom sizing email firstname.lastname@example.org